Apr 23, 2019  
2008-2009 University Catalogue 
    
2008-2009 University Catalogue [Archived Catalogue]

CRMT 312 - Advanced Jewelry/Metals


Builds upon a basic grounding in jewelry concepts and techniques. Lectures, technical demonstrations, and conceptual projects vary from year to year so that students retaking the course will not find it redundant. The goals of the course are to increase awareness and understanding of jewelry as a component of our culture, aid the student in the development of a personal aesthetic, and develop thinking and problem-solving abilities. More experienced students are encouraged to focus on one specialized area of the jewelry field. Senior Crafts majors taking this course may choose to spend all or part of their time producing thesis work to supplement the thesis component of Craft Projects III. Formerly CR 380B

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: 6 credits from courses: CRMT 211, CRMT 212, CRMT 221

Priority enrollment to Crafts majors. May be taken twice for credit.

Credits: 3 cr, 6 hrs